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Same government that demands citizens conserve water is wasting it to heat its buildings

By Devon: (NaturalNews) Leading by example is something governments fail to do on a regular basis. Government bureaucracies might try to legislate morality, but they are ultimately the ones who engage in immoral conduct. Take the example of the DEA. The Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General recently released a report revealing that DEA agents had sex parties with prostitutes paid for by Colombian drug cartels.

San Francisco's water manager caught peeing in public water supplies

By Devon: (NaturalNews) A high-paid San Francisco water manager thought it was a good idea to urinate "several times" in a reservoir that supplies drinking water to nearly 2.5 million Bay Area residents. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, it was Public Utilities Commission employee Martin Sanchez who took a leak in the Priest Reservoir in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains on January 6.

Sanchez is in charge of managing the reservoir and reportedly gets paid $111,000 a year to do so. He's was suspended for five whole days without pay.

Navy plans to test Treasure Island for radiation, despite previously claiming there were 'no known public health hazards'

Though the nation's sea service once said it wasn't necessary, the Navy now says it will survey all occupied residences on Treasure Island, near San Francisco, for radioactive contamination.

Exclusive: San Francisco jetliner crash caused by airlines turning pilots into 'computer geeks who can't fly' says commercial pi

When flight 214 crashed last week at the San Francisco airport, killing two people and injuring dozens, many people were in a state of disbelief. How could a Boeing 777 -- the "Titanic" of commercial airliners -- be piloted so carelessly that the pilot seemingly flew it into the seawall and caused the accident?